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ENGLISH exam.

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STUDENTS NAME____________________________________________________________________

TEACHERS NAME: T. IVETH LOREDO LPEZ. DATE: ________________________________

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subject
GRAMMAR LISTENING READING
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SCIENCE MATH VOCABULARY SPELLING
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GRAMMAR EXAM


I. Everyone in the house has a task that he or she normally does. Describe what everyone does,
changing each active voice sentence into a passive voice sentence (10 points).

EX: John buys the food. --> The food is bought by John.

1. Thomas washes the dishes. --> The dishes_______ ________________________________ by Thomas.
2. Maria prepares the food. --> The food ____________ _______________________________ by Maria
3. David cleans the kitchen. --> The kitchen__________ _______________________________ by David.
4. Arthur does the laundry. --> The laundry__________ ______________________________ by Arthur.
5. My uncle drives us to school. --> We __________ ________________________to school by my uncle.
6. My mother cooks the dinner. --> The dinner ___________ _______________________ by my mother.
7. Adrian solves the math problems. --> The math problems ________ __________________ by Adrian.
8. My mother waters the plants. --> The plants__________ ________________________ by my mother.
9. Luis reads a book. --> The book _________ __________________________________________by Luis
10. Everyone understands English. --> English ___________ _________________________ by everyone.

II. Complete the following chart (10 pts).


People Things Places
some-


any-

no-

every-


III. Underline the correct option (10 points).
1. There is someone / anyone in my house.
2. There is anything / nothing in the fridge.
3. Everyone / everything had a great time at the Christmas party.


4. Everybody / something loves to eat chocolate.
5. Does anybody/somebody have a clue where the dog went?
6. Can anyone / anywhere answer this question?
7. Did you go anywhere / nowhere last weekend?
8. I have looked somewhere / everywhere for my pen.
9. They have no house or possessions. They lost everything / everywhere in the earthquake.
10. I phoned many times but nobody / anybody answered.

IV. Complete the grammar summary below with for or since


We use _______________ to refer to a point in time.

We use _______________ to refer to a length of time


V. Complete each sentence with for or since

1. Ive been here __________________________________ yesterday.
2. Shes been living in London _____________________________ 2002.
3. Ive been learning English ___________________________three years.
4. Hes been swimming every day________________________ he was ten.
5. Hes been a professional coach__________________________ ten years.
6. Ive lived in the same town ____________________________ along time.
7. Ive admired her____________________________________we first met.
8. Mauros lived here ___________________________________ ten years
9. Johan s studied English________________________________ February
10. Johans studied English ______________________________ two months











READING EXAM

First read the text and finally answer the questions choosing the correct option.

Mexico

The country of Mexico is the third largest nation in terms
of land area, and second largest nation in terms of
population in North America. As of 2006, Mexico's
population was well over 100,000,000 people. Mexico is
located south of the United States and north of the
nations of Belize and Guatemala. The Rio Bravo (called
Rio Grande in America) forms much of the border between the United States
and Mexico. Spanish is the official language of Mexico.
Did you know that many of our words such as tornado, tomato, taco, armadillo,
and banana come from the Spanish language? In fact, much of our land came
from Mexico too. The states of Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, California,
and Arizona were all part of Mexico before the Mexican War.

Mexico is a land full of contrasts. Northern parts of Mexico are dominated by the
Sonoran and Chihuahuan Deserts. The Sonoran Desert is the world's most
biologically diverse desert and contains the world's entire supply of Saguaro
Cacti. The central portion of Mexico is dominated by the mountainous Mexican
Plateau. The southern parts are characterized by rainforests.
Mexico's rainforests are high in biodiversity and feature animals such as jaguars,
cougars, and exotic parrots. Mexico features high mountain ridges on its Pacific
Coast and on its eastern sides.
Its highest point is known as Pico de Orizaba, located near the city of Puebla.
Pico de Orizaba rises 18, 701 feet above sea level. It is the third highest mountain
in North America, as well as the continent's highest volcano. Pico de Orizaba is
classified as a dormant volcano, as it last erupted in 1846.

Mexico is well known as a popular tourist destination.
People from all over the world come to bask on its
beautiful beaches in Cancun and Acapulco. In
addition, Mexico has dozens of important
archaeological sites that preserve ancient Mayan
ruins. The most famous site is Chichen Itza, a major
Mayan City that lasted over 600 years on the
Yucatan Peninsula.
As you can tell, there is a lot to do in Mexico and a lot of really neat things to
see. For more information, stop by your local library and check out a book on
Mexico, or, visit one of hundreds of websites dedicated to illustrating all that is
wonderful about Mexico.




1. Where does Mexico rank among North
American nations in terms of size?
A.1st
B.2nd
C.3rd
D.4th

2. Which of the following words is probably NOT
derived from the Spanish language?
A. tomato
B. ketchup
C. banana
D. armadillo

3. Circle all of the following states that used to
be part of Mexico.
A. Colorado
B. Wisconsin
C. Arizona
D. Illinois

4. Which of the following statements is NOT
true?
A. The Sonoran Desert is located in northern
Mexico.
B.The Chihuahuan Desert contains all of the
world's Saguaro Cacti
C.There are rainforests in southern Mexico.
D.Central Mexico is dominated by the Mexican
Plateau.

5. Which of the following forms the border
between Mexico and the United States?
A.Rio Grande
B.Rio Bravo
C.All of the Above
D.None of the Above

6. Which of the following IS NOT true about Pico
de Orizaba?
A. It is the highest mountain in Mexico
B. It is the highest volcano in North America
C. It is the third highest mountain in North
America
D. It is the third highest volcano in North
America

7. Where is Chichen Itza?
A. Guatemala
B. northern Mexico
C. Yucatan Peninsula
D. Near Puebla

8. Which of the following would be most
unlikely?
A. Finding a jaguar in a Mexican rainforest.
B. Finding groves of Saguaro cacti in the
Sonoran Desert.
C. Watching a volcanic eruption from Pico de
Orizaba.
D. Watching people sunbathing in Acapulco.

9. Which nation DOES not border Mexico?
A. United States
B. Canada
C. Guatemala
D. Belize

10. What would be a good title for this passage?
A. The story of Pico de Orizaba
B. The Mexican people
C. Mayan Ruins
D. An Introduction to Mexico














SCIENCE EXAM


I. Read the text and then answers the questions
Atmospheric Layers


The atmosphere surrounding Earth is made up of several layers of gas mixtures.
The most common gases in our atmosphere are
nitrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide. The amount of
the gases in the mixture varies above the different
places on Earth. The atmosphere puts pressure on the
planet. The amount of pressure becomes less and less
the further away from Earths surface you are. When we
think of the atmosphere, we mostly think of the part that
is closest to us. At any moment in time, the overall condition of Earths
atmosphere, including the part we can see and the parts we cannot, is called
weather. Weather can change, and it frequently does. That is because the
conditions of the atmosphere can change.
The four main layers in Earths atmosphere are the troposphere, the
stratosphere, the mesosphere and the thermosphere. The layer that is closest to
the surface of Earth is called the troposphere. It extends up from the surface of
Earth for about 11 kilometers. This is the layer where airplanes fl y. We experience
almost all weather in this layer. About three-fourths of our atmospheres air is also
found in the troposphere.
Just above the troposphere is the stratosphere. It extends to about 50 kilometers
above Earths surface. Most of our planets ozone layer is in this colder, drier
layer. Ozone is important to the health of our planet because it helps keep some
of the suns dangerous radiation from reaching the Earths surface.
If we continue upward, the next layer is the mesosphere, which extends up to
about 80 kilometers above Earths surface. The mesosphere is extremely cold. It
is within this layer that you are most likely to find meteors. Most meteors will
completely burn up before they reach Earths surface.
The final layer is the thermosphere, the layer that is closest to the sun.
Temperatures in the thermosphere can be over 1,500 Celsius.
Together, the layers of our atmosphere protect Earth. The atmosphere provides
the conditions needed to support life.

Answer the following questions based on the reading passage. Dont forget to go back to the passage
whenever necessary to find or confirm your answers.

1) Which layer of the atmosphere has most of
the air?
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
2) If you were to send a bottle rocket 15
kilometers up into the air, which layer of the
atmosphere would it be in?
_______________________________________
_______________________________________



3) What are the most common gases in Earths atmosphere?

_____________________________________________________________________________________

4) Why is it important to protect the stratosphere? ___________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________

5) Why arent there many meteors in the troposphere?
_____________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________


II. Label the layers of the Earth's atmosphere using the terms below.



Exosphere - the outermost layer of the Earth's atmosphere, where atmospheric
pressure and temperature are low.
Ionosphere - the atmospheric layer between the mesosphere and the exosphere; it is
part of the thermosphere.
Mesosphere - the atmospheric layer between the stratosphere and the ionosphere.
Stratosphere - the atmospheric layer between the troposphere and the mesosphere.
The stratosphere is characterized by a slight temperature increase with altitude and
by the absence of clouds.
Thermosphere - the layer of the atmosphere located above part of the ionosphere
(starting at the coldest part of the atmosphere) and below outer space; it consists of
the exosphere and part of the ionosphere.
Troposphere - the lowest layer of the Earth's atmosphere. The weather and clouds
occur in the troposphere.



MATH EXAM

PLOT AND CONNECT THE POINT SERIES TO REVEAL THE SHAPES HIDDEN IN THE GRAPH




VOCABULARY EXAM



I. Label the pictures (10 points)



_________________ _____________ _______________ _______________ _________________



____________ _________________ ______________ ________________ ________________

Find in the alphabet soup the eight movie genres and circle them


K J X V M U S I C A L
L Q U B D M S G F R R
Y Z I V F R V D S A U
F W P H O R R O R O Q
R C I T N A M O R H Y
O A G A C T I O N H U
E B T R E L L I R H T
C O M E D Y M P S H U
B P N O O T R A C V N
V Z M P A R P C E E O
X N I F B I C S G L N



Fill in the blanks with the Past Participle verb tense.






across:
1. to chose
5. to bring
6. to feel
8. to be
9. to fly
11. to eat
12. to dig
13. to dring
15. to build
16. to blow
17. to get
18. to cost
19. to draw
20. to drive

down:
1. to come
2. to begin
3. to cut
4. to do
6. to fall
7. to catch
8. to bite
10. to forget
14. to find
15. to break
16. to beat

21. to become


SPELLING EXAM


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